Computerized instruction and the learning process.

@article{Atkinson1968ComputerizedIA,
  title={Computerized instruction and the learning process.},
  author={Richard C. Atkinson},
  journal={The American psychologist},
  year={1968},
  volume={23 4},
  pages={225-39}
}
IN recent years there has been a tremendous number of articles and news releases dealing with computer-assisted instruction, or as it has been abbreviated, CAT. One might conjecture that this proliferation is an indicant of rapid progress in the field. Unfortunately, I doubt that it is. A few of the reports about CAT are based on substantial experience and research, but the majority are vague speculations and conjectures with little if any data or real experience to back them up. I do not want… CONTINUE READING

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